The latest Fallout 4 mods up for download bring cosmetic changes, new weapons and alters how enemies behave. Bethesda’s Fallout 4 is out now for PC, PS4 and Xbox One.
It’s sad when modders have to fix AAA games… it’s really sad. And speaking of sad, we can take a look at this T-1000 liquid metal that’s supposed to represent wet objects. The shaders in Fallout 4 are very wonky and need help, which is where modder Ablaze666’s Wetness Shader mod comes in. Instead of all wet objects in the game looking like some sort of soupy 1990’s bad 3D replicate of liquid metal, the mod actually turns objects wet.
If you want the mod it’s up for download by heading over to NexusMods.
For some reason not every gun in Fallout‘s past made it into Fallout 4, not even through updates or DLC. But, thanks to modder DeadPool2099 the 12.7mm Pistol from New Vegas is now back.
“This mod adds a 12.7mm pistol (a.k.a. SigSauer P127) from Fallout New Vegas, with new models, textures, modifications and animations.”
The next mod on this list comes in by Thelonewarrior, in which the mod itself adds a number of tough enemy encounters for players to experience. The mod also brings new enemy types and bosses to face-off and encounter.
The description for the “No Place Is Safe” mod sits below.
“This mod adds a number of encounters (currently max of 131 in V1.1), based on level and location. New enemies will seek you out and try to kill you and can find you no matter where you are and will find ways into your settlement, after all they didn’t make it this far without some skills.”
You can get this mod by hitting up NexusMods.
The last mod on this list comes in by Marmo1233. This mod gives names to settlers. The mod doesn’t do anything over the top or special, but its simplicity can add a little bit of life to your game by providing random NPCs with names.
This mod is currently available by heading over to NexusMods.
Fallout 4 is out now for PC, PS4 and Xbox One.
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